I'm so sorry you have to go through this.
Although I was not in the same boat, I had health insurance, but my insurance company initially refused to pay for my treatment.
The hospital had a grant program for people like me. At first, I didn't want to sign up for it, because it should go for the more needed AND the insurance company should pay for it.
Well, the problem was, this foundation had to give away so much money and people like me were too prideful to take it. I understand how grants work and how they would lost that money if people like me didn't take it.
So they contacted the doctors and they donated their time to my cause. I also qualified to have 60% of my treatment covered.
And then I worked with every available moment - no movies, no TV, no fun - you can ask my friends - and finally got the insurance company to pay for everything except $2000. I was tired of fighting and this took years.
The insurance company had to pay back the hospital - which was great.
And having 60% of my out of pockets costs covered was a Godsend. Because I was traveling 16 hours roundtrip for my treatment - with hotel rooms, gas - when gas was like $4 a gallon, took a toll on my finances.
So see if they have a program like that.
Also check out the Colorectal Cancer Alliance and see how they can help.https://www.ccalliance.org/patient-fami ... e-programs